As millions of Iranians cast ballots in the country's presidential election, one candidate has been reaching out to reformists in recent days.
With the Revolutionary Guards poised to crash down on any political protests, Iran goes to the polls Friday in a presidential election in which the real winner will be the Islamic Republic's dour supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Former Iranian vice president Mohammad Reza Aref said Tuesday he had dropped out of the country's presidential race, only three days before the election.
Iranians can counter Western influences and strengthen their own nation through a better understanding of Iranian culture, a presidential candidate said.
Iran will invest $16 billion in development of the offshore South Pars gas complex over the next 10 months, a natural gas company director said.
Iranian voters have an opportunity to make a statement to the country's enemies by turning out for June elections, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said.
Deputy speaker of the Iranian Parliament Mohammad Hassan Aboutorabi-Fard announced he's running for president in June's elections.
Iranians need to honor the call from the Iranian supreme leader and turn out for June presidential elections, the cultural and guidance minister said.
Former Iranian Minister of Housing and Urban Development Mohammad Saeedikia said Monday he was competing for the presidency.
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